I'd appreciate your input on this two-part question:
In the case that an architect approves a submittal which has not been flagged by the contractor as a deviation from the contract documents, and then it later turned out that the resultant work had to be corrected, who is responsible for covering all expenses related to the correction of the work?
Similarly, if the contractor does identify the submittal as a deviation from the contract documents but the architect approves it anyways, who would be responsible for correcting the work in that case?
(Relevant A201-2007 section: §3.12.8)
Thank you in advance.
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